The P2PECON-05 web page is here.
A pdf version of this document is available here.
From file-sharing to distributed computation, from application layer overlays to mobile ad hoc networking, the ultimate success of a peer-to-peer system rests on the twin pillars of scalable and robust system design and alignment of economic interests among the participating peers. Following the success of the first two workshops, the Third Workshop on Economics of Peer-to-Peer Systems will again bring together researchers and practitioners from multiple disciplines to discuss the economic characteristics of P2P systems, application of economic theories to P2P system design, and future directions and challenges in this area. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
The program of the workshop will be a combination of invited talks, paper presentations, and discussion. Authors should submit a position paper that expresses a novel or interesting problem, offers a specific solution, reports on actual experience, or advances a research agenda. Accepted papers will be published on the workshop website.
Submissions of position papers are due April 15th, 2005, and should not exceed 5 pages (excluding references and appendices). Two column papers are acceptable, but the font size should be no smaller than 10pt.
|Submission due||April 15, 2005|
|Notification of acceptance||May 15, 2005|
|Revised version due||June 3, 2005|
|Eric Friedman||Cornell University (co-chair)|
|Emin Gun Sirer||Cornell University (co-chair)|